Posted on December 23, 2017
One of my favorite times to take a photograph is around twilight…that point where the last rays of the sun fade away and everything around turns a deeper shade of blue. For the photo above, I scheduled my climb to the top of the Rockefeller Center in New York City so I’d arrive at the viewing deck a few minutes before sunset. Luckily, I found a spot where I could extend the lens of my camera out of the glass partitions. I held on for dear life to my spot as other tourists were pushing their way to the front for a chance to take an unobstructed shot of Manhattan. I got pushed and shoved with my face flat on the glass but held on till I got the photos I wanted. I guess my patience paid off as I was able to capture multiple photos of the sunset with one of them featured on this page a few posts ago. This one I decided to save for this time of the year due to the chilly atmosphere the photo exudes. One would think this photo was taken on a cold snowless day in winter…however, this photo was actually taken on the last few weeks of summer just before autumn said hello. I personally like this photo as it captured three of New York’s most famous landmarks: the Empire State Building, the Freedom Tower and the Statue of Liberty in the far distance.
Posted on December 7, 2015
The top of the Rockefeller Center provides you a great view of famous New York City landmarks such as the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and the Freedom Tower. If you squint your eyes really well, you may see the Statue of Liberty in one of the islands just right of the Freedom Tower. On the opposite side, you have an unobstructed view of the entire Central Park (not seen on this photo). When planning to climb any of these buildings, it is best to buy tickets online in advance. It cuts down the waiting time standing in line to the ticket booth.
Posted on August 8, 2015
New York City is the microcosm of the world. Every race and culture is well represented in this vibrant metropolis making it the center for culture, arts, fashion, music, media, economics and world politics. This city may have retained its old world charm but it tremendously exudes a futuristic vibe. It is where the past is revered and the future is celebrated.
Posted on August 3, 2015